Dear All,
I have gone through the inverse solution process in Hydrus and I have a question regarding the term "position" there. I have volumetric water content readings at two specific locations based on my field reading. Based on Hydrus, I see that my type will be "2" but I am unable to understand the "position" term in Hydrus. In the manual, it says that the position for my situation will be "observation node number". I have readings for 3 days at two observation points so I guess, I have to make 2x3 rows of data and give my field readings. My query was how will Hydrus understand that for which node will it assign the first 3 rows of data and the other node for the second 3 rows of data. My assumption is the lowest assigned numbered node will be for the first 3 rows but I am unsure. If everything I assumed is right, then I plan to give the input data as below. I will be very grateful if you please guide me if my assumption and my format below for giving the data are right
X Y Type Position Weight
1 0.1 2 2 1
2 0.2 2 2 1
3 0.4 2 2 1
1 0.29 2 2 1
2 0.31 2 2 1
3 0.35 2 2 1
Thank you,
Faisal
Inverse solution
Re: Inverse solution
See the Cone project that is distributed with the HYDRUS (2D/3D) installation. In this project there are pressure head measurements at two locations. After that it should then be clear how to do this. J.

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Re: Inverse solution
Dear Sir,
Thank you very much for your reply. I have tried to search the manual but if you can give me to which specific project should I see then it will be very helpful to me.
Thank you,
Faisal
Thank you very much for your reply. I have tried to search the manual but if you can give me to which specific project should I see then it will be very helpful to me.
Thank you,
Faisal
Re: Inverse solution
I have already done that in my previous email. J.

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Re: Inverse solution
I have installed the Hydrus 2D/3D and opened the cone project with the inverse solution. I understood what I have to do but I have a query. I saw that the project has 5 observation nodes but the inverse solution data has input data for two nodes. I assumed that Position 2 is for Observation Node 2 and Position 1 for Observation Node 1. Is it right? Can I give data for Observation Node 1 before Observation Node 2?
Thanks,
Faisal
Thanks,
Faisal
Re: Inverse solution
Of course. J.